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all the way down here to guam if the shot went well. and guam really matters more than 5,000 service members there along with the local population and an important, important bomber base for the u.s. military. jake? >> tom foreman, thank you so much. and joining me now is the governor of guam, republican eddie calvo. governor, thank you for joining me. the north korea government consistently threatened your territory. how seriously are these threats taken at this point? >> yeah, good morning from guam. good evening to you folks there, jake. obviously, we have gotten assurances from the defense department and homeland security in regards to the safety measures. but there is concern from our -- this administration as well as people of guam. if you take a look at a map, korea, the korean peninsula is about three hours flying time from guam. it's about half way the distance it is from guam to hawaii. so we are bucking the asian landmass. when you have a authoritarian dictator like mr. kim and some of the bell koes statements he's been making and the 5:00 tistac of his government, it caus
stranded in the gulf of mexico for days. >>> the pentagon confirms an anti-missile basis being sent to guam, where kim jong-un is at issue. nbc bay area steve handelsman has the latest for us this evening from washington, d.c. steve? >> reporter: raj, thank you, this move to try to shield guam comes as north korea has renewed the threat to attack the u.s. trying to figure out what is going on with this young, erratic north korean leader, kim jong-un, the officials in washington are looking into it. bayers went up at the kaesong industrial area, more than 100 factories couldn't operate. the latest move by north korea look s drastic, because it hurt north koreans who work here. 50,000, cheap labor for south korean companies, one of the few ways the north and south cooperate. >> this is a symbol that kept people talking and moving. >> reporter: now that is snapped by kim jong-un, a new line crossed by north korea's erratic leader, who vowed yesterday to reopen a nuclear weapons reactor, and vowed yesterday to attack u.s. cities. the pentagon confirms a system is being sent to the u.s. base on
it in striking distance of japan and a u.s. base on the pacific island of guam. south korean officials say they cannot rule out the possibility that authorities in pyongyang will fire the missile. they say they're closely monitoring activity in the north and are in contact with the u.s. and japan. >>> north korean authorities are making move on another front. they barred south korean workers from entering a jointly run complex. now they're threatening to shut down the zone entirely. a government announcement on state-run media says the closure of the kaesong complex is imnt. it says the south is using the area as a venue for confrontation. the state warns authorities in pyongyang will not hesitate to pull out the roughly 50,000 north koreans who work there for south korean firms. the complex is located in north korea, close to the border that divides the peninsula. in 2009, north korean officials banned south korean workers from entering the complex for five days. they were protesting against u.s./south korea joint military exercises. they've never stopped operations at kaesong. it's a sou
system to the island of guam as a precaution to strengthen regional defense posture. the show of might is meant to deter north korean. today the north says it has given final approval to launch a merciless strikes on the u.s. , possibly with nuclear weapons. >> they have nuclear capacity. ratcheted up bellicose dangerous rhetoric and some of the actions they have taken over the last few weeks, it presents a real and clear danger. crisis, the 29- year-old who dictator, kim jong un. hiss determined to ensure regime's survival. we were given are rare glimpse inside north korea a year ago. the country struggles to feed its people. now and has defied sanctions. it released a carefully staged photo. the map shows a plan for missile rockets even though the cannot reach out far. imagining what the attack would do. all of this is his way of warning americans not to attempt regime change. many feel they have heard it before. after 20 years of nuclear threats, mostnd now ignore it. >> things like this have happened quite often. people do not care. we have become numb to the attention. nobody is p
of us. this kind of missile has yet to be tested. it could hit u.s. targets as far away as guam. in reaction, the u.s. is beefing up antimissile defenses on guam saying they are taking the threats very seriously. here in seoul, south korean students we have been talking to said they are more concerned about final exams than a war hearing these threats all their lives. kim is too weak and too broke to launch a war. they are worried and accident or miscalculation could trigger something. back to you. >> we will watch very closely. jim, thank you. >>> also, this morning new leads in the shooting death of the colorado prison chief. police are looking for two members of white supremacist member games. the spi-year-old thomas and james are not being called suspects. officials are saying their names surfaced during the investigation. both are members of the prison gang, 211 crew. ebel was killed by authorities last week. he's accused of kill iing tom mcclem men. they say the move will not stop the case from moving forward. >>> president obama was in colorado drumming up support for gun
.s. is sending a defense battery to guam in the latest response to escalating tensions in the korean peninsula. chuck hagel using tough language in response to the north korean threats today. >> some of the actions they've taken over the last few weeks present a real and clear danger and threat to the interests certainly of our allies starting with south korea and japan, and also the threats that the north koreans have leveled directly at the united states regarding our base in guam, and threatened hawaii and threatened the west coast of the united states. >> u.s. officials have not said when the missile battery and new system called terminal high altitude area defense will be operational on guam. >> john harwood has been following the developments today and for the past weeks in washington and he is here now with the very latest. hi, john. what have you got? >> this is an interesting balancing act by u.s. officials and on the one hand we're trying to not let north korean threats and provocations go unresponded to, but they're also trying not to overreact and give the indication that they rega
hardware into guam. plus, shocking video shot inside an american prison. prisoners with drugs and guns and no one stopping them. "outfront" investigation. >>> and former south south carolina governor celebrates his anniversary with his former mistress/fiancee. let's go "outfront." >> and good wednesday evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, breaking news. north korea's army announced they have final approval to launch merciless strikes against the united states. a warning posted by north korea's state-run news agency states the moment of explosion is approaching fast. it goes on to say, quoting again, the u.s.' reckless nuclear threat will be smashed by the strong will of all the united service personnel and people and cutting edge smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear strike needs of the dprk. is this more of the same from north korea or is there something different this time? >> it's slightly different, erin. you know, north korea isn't prone to any sort of subtlety. they like to talk big. the difference here is if you look at the timing of when this message came
the pentagon said in the next few weeks it will deploy thad to guam. >> thad? >> yes. we need scarr acro anymores. you can't tell them oh, they are deploying thad to guam. >> that is one letter off thor. >> they both have th's. >> i thought we would send a prepper guy to guam. i didn't know -- a preppy guy to guam. >> why are you hating on thad? he was an intern for six weeks. he didn't steal your i-pod. why do you bring him up? >> he did steal it. it was the quick whole one that i missed dearly. >> i liked how thad would wear low fers without socks. >> now he is in guam. i hope you are happy. >> i am not happy. i miss him. >> are you done? >> yes. >> we are not doing the other story. okay. who deserves this year's peabody for general gorgeousness in journalism? rick leventhal. he spent money on but butt, peck and cheek implants. worth every penny. and sob quietly while eating a plate of french fries. >>> the term should burn. the ap, it is associated press, not the supermarket, rick, said they will no longer use the term illegal immigrant. the executive editor explained it is part of an
they are capable of reaching not only south korea and japan but there's also the possibility of reaching guam in the pacific ocean. in addition to the tougher u.n. sanctions on north korea and the joint military exercise we've been seeing the country run with south korea, the u.s. beefed up a dispense missile system in guam built to shoot down any sort of medium or short ballistic missiles. this is the first time it's ever been deployed. the u.s. intelligence officials from the u.s., japan and south korea are monitoring the movement of the weapons. and we're hearing from the defense secretary this week about just how seriously he is taking the situation. >> also the threats that -- that the north koreans leveled directly at the united states regarding our base in guam, threatened hawaii, threatened the west coast of the united states. we take those threats seriously. we have to take those threats seriously. i think we have had measured responsible serious responses. >> meanwhile for another day north korea has kept south koreans from entering the kasong industrial complex shared by the two co
attack. the unit will be based in guam. >> the u.s. defense secretary cited a real and clear danger from north korea. >> they are among the few south korean workers to return from the industrial park. all are free to leave, but over 800 have opted to stay to keep their companies running. trucks bringing supplies have been turned back at the border, and no new workers from the south are being allowed in. it is a worrying time for company managers. >> it is not only a problem for into korean relations. it is also a risk to my business. i am very worried that things will deteriorate further, causing damage that could be hard to repair. >> i am worry. we cannot do business, and i feel anxious. it is such a waste of time. >> it is one of the last remaining points of peaceful engagement between the north and south. opened in 2004, the park is just a few kilometers inside north korea. it provides employment to over 50,000 workers from the north. all of the 120 companies are south korean owned. managers travel across the border every day. last year, the part produced goods with hundreds of billi
= missile defenses on the pacific island of guam. kron 4's grant lodes has more. despite its string of successful missile tests, pentagon analysts do not believe north korea has the technology to launch a nuclear attack on the u=s. but defense secretary chuck hagel says the u=s cannot afford to take chances. we take those threats seriously. we have to take those threats seriously this is the latest counter=move: truck mounted interceptor missiles are being moved to guam. they will supplement larger defense missiles based in alaska and hawaii. both systems are designed to home in on warheads in the upper atmosphere. according to the army's former chief intelligence officer in south korea, there is not much ogf a chance we will have to use the missile defense. it's completely rhetoric right now based on what we can see into north korea, and we have incredible technical capabilities to read what the north is doing. what we don't do a good job is we've never penetrated their inner workings of governance, it's not what you think. it's a phoenix with 4 wheels. it's a hawk with night visio
say they will deploy a missile defense system to guam. they need to increase defenses against a possible attack. state media broadcast soon after hagel spoke. they would inform the u.s. government they had approved a possible nuclear strike. america's hostile policy would be smashed. >>> residents of singapore are noticing another sign in the region. the visit highlights president obama's decision to focus more on the asia pacific. >> reporter: the aircraft carrier has been docked at singapore since monday. the ship is on its way back to the west coast of the u.s. following a five-month mission in the middle east. the attendees were allowed on to the deck of the 330 meter long ship. there they were briefed on the deployment of fighter jets and helicopters which have sonar to detect underwater crafts. navy officials say the carrier will conduct landing practice of aircraft and maintain contacts with military officials in the asia pacific region. u.s. president barack obama met with the singapore prime minister in washington on tuesday. singapore has agreed to a u.s. plan to dep
has moved a medium range missile. it's yet to be tested but could hit targets as far away as guam, an important base, in the pacific. in reaction to that as you mentioned in the lead that the u.s. is ramping up its defenses in guam taking those threats from north korea seriously. meanwhile here in seoul, south korean students that we spoke to said they're actually more concerned about exams than a war, hearing these threats all their life. they say the leader is too broke to launch a war. but they worry that an escalation of this kind can trigger something very nasty. >> nbc's jim maceda, thank you very much, jim. >>> this morning there are new leads in the shooting death of the scott prison chief. police are looking for two members of white supremacist prison gang. the men 31-year-old thomas guolee and james lohr are not being called suspects but officials say their name surfaced during the investigation. both are members of the prison gang 211 crew that's been linked to murder suspect evan ebel. now ebel was killed by authorities last week. he's suspected of killing colorado pri
korea and threats of war. the u.s. military is stepping up defenses in guam. north koreans are angry about international sanctions and repeatedly raised the prospect of a nuclear strike. chuck hagel called it a real and clear angel. jim is live for us in seoul, south korea, what is the latest? >> reporter: the lathest is the message that is clearly meant for the united states. they spoke of deploying nuclear devices to strike at america. the latest threat was conditional on stopping what north korea calls aggressive war games. it sees it as a rehearsal for an invasion. it comes after kim jong un, a young leader activated a reactor. he's barred south korean workers from crossing into the north to punch in at the industrial park, the only joint venture. meanwhile, intelligence suggests, south korean intelligence suggesting they moved a missile toward a launch site. this kind of missile has yet to be tested. it could hit as far away as guam. the u.s. is beefing up antimissile defenses there. in seoul, people are concerned, but used to the rhetoric. students say they are more worried abo
the deployment to guam two years ahead of schedule. they sent b-52 bombers over there twice to monitor the north's actions. just how real is the north's threat of attack? here is former u.s. ambassador moments ago on "jansing & co." >> it's dangerous. all the actions over the kim dynasty in north korea, i don't think we have seen anything like this coming from out of there. >> richard eveninger is in south korea with more. >> reporter: people in seoul are trying to brush it off. the currency dropped. the stock market lost value. what happened today was, according to the south korean defense minister, north korea moved what seems to be a medium range missile to the eastern coast. according to south korean officials it could be because of a test fire or move for deterrence. it could be moving in an antimissile system and positioning it in guam. there's something of a stand off there with the north koreans sending a missile to their border, pointing toward guam and the united states moving in this antimissile defense system. this is a different move than we have seen of weeks of increasing escalati
're going to deploy that missile self-defense system to guam, that is a new piece of the puzzle. but now we have the market seeming to pay attention. or am i missing something here? >> it definitely paid a little bit of attention. i thought bob pisani did a good job of pointing that out. but after the 10:00 weaker service sector nonmanufacturing ism, the markets were already well developed into the current patterns they have. if you look at a ten-year, you can clearly see that. just think about it this way. i know that you're never going to find a stock guy who's really going to go on and say, listen, get out of everything, and run off camera,. it just doesn't happen. but for 2013, we're not going to have a lower closing yield on tens the than we are right now, even though the last day of last year was a 176 yield and we were closed on the first of january. and i think that's very important. also, it's very important, three central banks tomorrow, and if you look at every one of their currencies against the dollar, the euro, the pound, the yen, they're all doing better, doesn't make sense u
's moving a ballistic missile defense system to guam two years ahead of schedule, and there is also word out of washington this morning that it wants to try to dial down the rhetoric. we are all over this story this morning. dan lothian is live from washington, but we're going to begin in south korea with jim clancy. >> reporter: a spokesman for south korea's defense ministry was clear that details are not going to be released, but it is believed the north koreans are moving or repositioning some medium-ranged missiles to the east coast. now, that is where the u.s. already has a couple of destroyers as well as a radar platform to monitor a suspected upcoming missile test. at the same time the news came from washington that an advanced antimissile system was going to be deployed in guam. that is the site of one of the largest u.s. bases in the pacific. now, in other news, the threats against the united states just keep coming, repeats, really, of what we saw last week, saying the u.s. had better ponder over the grave situation. the moments of explosion is approaching fast. the north koreans r
troops in south korea in range and military bases in okinawa and guam. and david piper with the latest from seoul, south korea. >> yes, megyn, tensions are high on the korean peninsula, but pyongyang is warning it could get much worse, then foreign embassy should remove the staff from pyongyang by the 10th of april. now, the u.k. and russia confirmed they got that message and are considering their options nowment now, there is also growing concern in south korea by the ongoing threats by north korea. the financial market with the kospi falling 1 1/2%. and they moved missiles to the east coast capable of reaching u.s. military forces in guam. south korea is dealing with any strikes. and they've sent one to be stationed one off the east coast and one the west coast. and both have defense systems capable of shooting off a missile. and south korea says they won't passively submit to north korean threats and provocations and will give a strong response. the missiles that have been moved to north korea's east coast have a range of about 1800 miles. they could then be able to strike japan and
defense system to tus bases in guam. this is two years ahead of schedule. that move is coming after south korea reported the north has moved its own missile to the eastern part of the country in preparations for an eminent launch. >> this is a big story developing by the minute. we have live team coverage of this korean crisis. dan lothian is live from washington. we're going to begin in south korea live with jim clancy who is there. good morning, jim. >> reporter: good morning to you. you know, we started off the day and we got the word very early and then this afternoon. north koreans saw it all playing out before their eyes as the television announcer came on their national television. take a look. >> translator: we are maintaining the weapon readiness posture, especially after today's movement of the anti-airborne operation. i believe we are fully prepared to control the critical situation. >> all right. now, that was a spokesman for south korea's defense ministry responding there to the announcement that they had detected the movement of medium-range missiles over to the east coast o
to the pacific island of guam, two years ahead of schedule. john bolton, former ambassador to the u.n. back with us. fox news contributor. sir, good morning to you. >> good morning. bill: i have a lot to go through here. yesterday you said the nor koreans, even for them are acting outside their normal play being book. what do i mean by that, sir? >> their rhetoric is much more belligerent. they used up phrases they have used before. they gone beyond that. they cut off supply lines to south korea. cutting people from the industrial park now and moving missiles inside north korea which show something else is going on here. not that i think there is a threat to the united states at this point. i don't think they're capable of that but it is a complicated neighborhood over there. you have south korea and japan also concerned. our troops in both countries and on dpaum. so, give the nature of this regime, which is not national in our terms, it is definitely worth being concerned about. bill: three more headlines here. a gentleman of the north korean army apparently said this today. the moment of
on guam. because no one will vouch for the accuracy of their ballistic missile guidance systems, it could hit guam. that is why we are concerned. that is why south korea is concerned. we should be concerned any time this regime, which is not rational by our terms acts in this way. lori: what is the proper u.s. response? >> sure it down. what they will do issue of the missile. lori: what do you think the credibility is? >> we don't know, but i think that their missiles have the ability to reach alaska, hawaii, guam. now, if they don't yet have the ability to reach the continental united states, they will. is just a matter of time, but it is important to step back and say where are we. we have been saying for years, the bush administration, obama administration, north korea, you cannot get nuclear weapons. guess what, they have them. guess who is watching, it is the iranians, and they have to assume that if they cannot stop it from getting their weapons, what will stop them? lori: it is the message. we know the u.s. has sent billions of dollars in aid to north korea. they say this is all in
defense battery to guam. thanks for scrambling. we appreciate it. but these headlines hit and we did see the market dip a little lower. this may be the event that the market is going to be the most nervous about? >> that's right. obviously secretary of defense haguele, a new person in that position. i am just going through this transcript as you are to see exactly what he has said on the issue of north korea. markets paying very clear attention here to the north korean threat. north korea has been bellicose with its rhetoric and the tension there is rising. all sides describe it as a tense moment and the united states officials here in washington have said over recent days that the u.s. will do what it takes to protect its allies in that region. and the maneuvering of military hardware around the world to position the u.s. defensively, militarily is something that will be something very closely watched and is done knowing that the movement of that material will be closely watched. so a lot of this is a diplomatic dance that we're seeing as we move the assets around the world to send a me
the situation seriously such as china as a precaution and china is sending a defense system to guam capable of shooting ballistic missiles. >>> some of the toughest are here. yesterday they drafted a bill in response to the sandy hook elementary school shooting. it passed with a vote 26-10. it does bail the sale of large capacity ammunition weapons. the list dosage pan to more than 150 and he will already send it to the governor who already presented to sign it. >>> somebody ended the life of dr. martin luther king, jr. a rally is being held in his honor and we will have the special name it is given. >>> a man who land his car in wal-mart and the attacked customers are due back in court this afternoon. he will be charged with several sell any counts before that happened. four people were hurt that day and he has had sever others in october in a case where he threw a chair through a pub while high on cocaine. >>> zuckerberg promises an announcement and many are saying it is a facebook phone. leaked 9:00 to 5:00 say it is a 9:00 to 5:00 facebook phone. it adds they would allow them to ch
that it will deploy an antiballistic missile system on guam in the pacific. jim maceda joins us. what more do we know about the missile that has now been positioned on the east coast of north korea? >> reporter: the report is coming from the south korean military. it is based on western intelligence. the missile was being transported to a location close to a missile launch side. it appears in the satellite imagery which we have not seen to be a people range missile. it has a range before 1,800 miles. that would reach all of south korean targets as well as u.s. bases in japan and probe as far as guam in the pacific. now, it has to be said that north korea has never tested these missiles before. and this would most likely be part of a missile test, rather than an attack. also, korean experts do not believe that the kim regime has the capability at this time of launching a nuclear tip missile, period. that said, this comes as you alluded to on the heels of the latest threat from pyongyang of an attack on the u.s. with multiple nuclear devices. the u.s. is taking notice. it is beefing up anti-missile bat
south korea but japan and usa.s. air and nal bases on guam at risk. but this is more likely a test to provoke pyongyang's foes. here is what victoria newman had to say. when you have a country making the bellicose threats they're making, when you have ally and treaty commitments you have to take it seriously. there is no other choice, she said. so the u.s. already has ships in the region including a radar platform. south korea is said to be moving its own spy ships into the waters off the korean peninsula to monitor developments. now, it may also be an opportunity for the north koreans to show off their military, their ballistic military technology. it is precisely this kind of technology that they sell to iran and other countries to earn export income. jim clancy, cnn, seoul. >> developing over night, the cooling system at the fukushima nuclear power plant is up and running again after it failed. tokyo power system signaled an alarm when it stopped working. this was the system's second failure in a month. >>> new this morning, a psychiatrist who treated suspected shooter james hol
seriously such as china as a precaution and china is sending a defense system to guam capable of shooting ballistic missiles. >>> some of the toughest are here. yesterday they drafted a bill in response to the sandy hook elementary school shooting. it passed with a vote 26-10. it does bail the sale of large capacity ammunition weapons. the list dosage pan to more than 150 and he will already send it to the governor who already presented to sign it. >>> somebody ended the life of dr. martin luther king, jr. a rally is being held in his honor and we will have the special name it is given. >>> a man who land his car in wal-mart and the attacked customers are due back in court this afternoon. he will be charged with several sell any counts before that happened. four people were hurt that day and he has had sever others in october in a case where he threw a chair through a pub while high on cocaine. >>> zuckerberg promises an announcement and many are saying it is a facebook phone. leaked 9:00 to 5:00 say it is a 9:00 to 5:00 facebook phone.
a ballistic missile defense system to protect its base in guam from a possible north korean attack. again, this is just in to cnn. north korea did more than just talk, though, today. just more than just talk tough today. closing the industrial zone there, a place where south koreans and north koreans work together to show cooperation. the closing of this crossing signaling a shift in north korea's behavior. more on this, we go in to barbara starr at the pentagon. barbara, tell us about the missile defense system. >> well, hello to you, don. this is for guam. as you know, about 2,000 miles out in the pacific ocean from north korea. and we have some video to show you of the type of missile system that is on its way to guam. this is a missile systethat sits on the back of a truck, the missiles come off of it, and they are going to be positioned in guam to protect the u.s. military base on that territory against the possible north korean attack. defense secretary chuck hagel talked about all the north korean threats to guam and other areas just a short time ago. >> some of the actions they ha
the pentagon unveiled plans to deploy anti=missile defenses on the pacific island of guam. despite its string of successful missile tests, pentagon analysts do not believe north korea has the technology to launch a nuclear attack on the u=s. but defense secretary chuck hagel says the u=s cannot afford to take chances. >> we take those threats seriously. we have to take those threats seriously this is the latest counter=move: truck mounted interceptor missiles are being moved to guam. they will supplement larger defense missiles based in alaska and hawaii. both systems are designed to home in on warheads in the upper atmosphere. according to the army's former chief intelligence officer in south korea, there is not much ogf a chance we will have to use the missile defense. it's completely rhetoric right now based on what we can see into north korea, and we have incredible technical capabilities to read what the north is doing. what we don't do a good job is we've never penetrated their inner workings of governance, the pentagon has also sent stealth fighters, bombers and two navy destroyers to
.s. but south korea, japan, even guam could be in range. u.s. forces in danger. and the pentagon is rushing to get an anti-missile system in place in guam. despite the show of force by the u.s. and south korea, north korea's vowed to reopen a nuclear weapons plant. to use the nuclears it has now. years of negotiations embargos not. the only way we're going to basically denuclearize is regime change from within. but thousands of north koreans marched in support of kim jong un, carrying banners that read, let's destroy our mortal enemy, the united states. asian experts in and out of government say they have never seen north korea this belligerent. from washington, i'm steve handelsman, nbc bay area news. >>> a hotly anticipated new book by former secretary of state hillary clinton could shed new light on the hunt for osama bin laden. her memoir is said to focus heavily on the killing of osama bin laden, the overthrowing of the moammar gadhafi regime in libya and the arab spring. word is spreading that she is considering running for president in 2016. >>> connecticut's governor signed into law
asia region, certainly on edge. one of the reasons, it is sending missiles to guam because the north koreans have threatened guam. even before all of this happened today, defense secretary chuck hagel was out in public talking about this. very sober. listen. >> they have nuclear capacity. now they have the missile delivery capacity now. and so as they have ratcheted up their dangerous rhetoric and some of the actions they have taken over the last few weeks present a real and clear danger and threat to the interests certainly of our allies, starting with south korea and japan and also the threats that the north koreans have levelled directly at the united states, regarding our base andin guam. threatened hawaii. threatened the west coast of the united states. >> now so far u.s. intelligence officials say they see no unusual troop movements by the north koreans. that is very key. but in addition they say intelligence is very iffy about north korea. there's no sets on the ground, no direct information. the information comes from u.s. satellites flying overhead or what they are able to g
an anti-ballistic missile system to the u.s. military base in guam. an effort to counter the continued threats of a north korean strike. the move comes the same day that the north made the decision to stop south koreans from crossing the border to work at the cason industrial complex, the only significant symbol of cooperation between these two nations. more than 120 factories operate within the zone, employeeing more than 50,000 north koreans and several hundred managers from the south. secretary of state john kerry has announced he'll be traveling to seoul next week and warned north korea that the united states will not stand idle in the face of provocation. >> we will continue to do what is necessary to defend our nation and the region together with our allies, but our preference is not to brandish threats at each other. it is to get to the table and negotiate a peaceful resolution. >> joining us now is michael o hanlon, who is director of research and a senior foreign policy fellow at the brookings institution. mike, when you add today's decision on the cason complex to north korea
several targets, including u.s. bases in guam, south korea, and hawaii. north koreaen is common every spring when the united states and south korea engage in military exercises. but u.s. officials concede there is no way of knowing exactly what kim will do or when. >> the best theory is that north korea wants to scare the united states, china, or russia into lowering sanctions. >>> nobody really thinks that north korea could hit the united states. the biggest threat is to south korea and japan. and u.s. bases there. >>> here's a live look at downtown oakland where the temperature hit nearly 80 degrees today. paul says big changes are coming for this easter weekend. paul. >> i'll tell you what, we will see a big dip in temperatures coming in over the weekend. down to the 60s and then we're going to look at radar. already the evening, kpix5 is tracking some showers, just skirting the coastline. you may get a shower or two, but these showers will be moving inland. the same catalyst for the very warm and humid weather today. that's off to our west. will be the same storm system that sli
it's capable of attacking places as well as okinawa, guam and the u.s. mainland. the north has the ability to intercept any aircraft or cruise missile launched from japan. the japanese government plans to deploy high performance radar that can track north korean missiles. it has also tightened sanctions against the north in cooperation with the united states. >>> there's been a minding of fences between egypt and iran. the two countries were connected by commercial flights for the first time since diplomatic talks were stopped. a plane went to tehran on saturday with diplomats and their families on boardment they're planning for direct commercial flights between tourist destinations in the two countries. diplomatic talks were cut in 197 9 after they signed a peace treaty with israel. but with the election last year with mohamed morsi, iran has shown a willingness to mend bilateral relations. in early march, they agreed to promote tourism. they want to improve bilateral relations to ease the community because of the nuclear development program >>> the japanese government is tryi
just minutes after the u.s. announced would it deply a land based missile system to guam. >> back here, south bay labor and community leaders urged congress to pass immigration reform. this as the u.s. senate is trying to hammer out a deal. south bay congressman mike honda pledged to put immigration reform on the fast track to becoming law. >> and establish smarter enforcement. >> a janitor spoke today and hopes new laws can stop explot taigs of undocumented imgranlts on the job. >> still to come on abc 7 news at 5:00 a search for a car burglar. >> and a good will fwhail could reduce your giving options. >> the tax hot line is open for business. take a look at the people working hard to save you money. here is the telephone number. >>> authorities in santa cruz asking for help in tracking down this man surveillance video shows him prowling sunday night. investigators believe he's connected to a string of auto burglaries in the area. he may be connected to a home burglary and two auto thefts east of scott valley yesterday afternoon. crew he's described as a white man with a small skbeer
. >> the pentagon is now deploying a missal defense system to guam. the north is blocking south koreans from crossing the border to a jointly operated park. the troops have been put so high alert. experts confirm that north korea has begun construction at a plutonium reactor. >> and to a different security. crime staw ties sticks are out, and it is not looking good in one south bay neighborhood. property crimes including burglary and auto theft are up significantly. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian is in san jose with the story. >> reporter: park young is now armed with a state-of-the-art alarm system. >> armed, away, exit now. >> reporter: it is the first time he has owned one and he feels it is an unfortunate sign of the times. >> a lot of the neighbors have got alarms. cars have been broken into. just this week a car was broken into. >> reporter: according to the san jose police department in the first two months of 2012 there were 811 burglaries. in the same period this year there were 918. meantime in the first two months of 2012, 1,191 cars were stolen, and in the first two months
deploying a missal defense system to guam. the north is blocking south koreans from crossing the border to a jointly operated park. the troops have been put so high alert. experts confirm that north korea has begun construction at a plutonium reactor. >> and to a different security. crime staw ties sticks are out, and it is not looking good in one south bay neighborhood. property crimes including burglary and auto theft are up significantly. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian is in san jose with the story. >> reporter: park young is now armed with a state-of-the-art alarm system. >> armed, away, exit now. >> reporter: it is the first time he has owned one and he feels it is an unfortunate sign of the times. >> a lot of the neighbors have got alarms. cars have been broken into. just this week a car was broken into. >> reporter: according to the san jose police department in the first two months of 2012 there were 811 burglaries. in the same period this year there were 918. meantime in the first two months of 2012, 1,191 cars were stolen, and in the first two months of this year there
? it looks like the u.s. is ramping up by sending missiles into guam. are defense stocks, is that a sector you want to be in right now? - i think that is where you are seeing a lot of the money flow, into defense stocks, real defense stocks and then defensive stocks as well. it is something to watch out for. but this news, like all news, it will be overreacted to, and it will blow over, and then the normal trading will resume. - thanks for being on the show today. we appreciate it. - thank you. 90% of americans don't know that health exchanges to enroll in coverage under the affordable care act open less than six months from now on october 1st. our cover story found that's only the first of many questions still unanswered as to how health reforms will be implimented. health exchanges - nine out of ten americans don't know enrollment starts october 1st. "it does surprise me, but then i'm one of the 90% who don't know about it." october 1st is the day you can sign up for coverage that begins next january. but the director of the non-profit health and disability advocates says there's no need
island of guam calling the danger real and clear. >> some of the actions they have taken over the last few weeks present a real and clear danger and threat to the interests certainly of our allies. >> as significant as its military threats, pyongyang for the second time in a few days warned it could shut down the industrial zone. for the second day trucks were denied to take in raw materials and food for the more than 8,000 christian fittipaldis still inside. -- 8,000 corriians still inside. >> the longer that remains the case the more difficult in kaesong it becomes. they appeared to suggest more than north korea wanted all south koreain' -- south korean workers out by wednesday. >> there are five days left before the 10, the day when the north asked us to pull out but now we cannot predict exactly what will happen. >> almost immediately seoul's area was cautioned saying they had been asked for a list of employees who wanted to leave but admitted there had been no government-to-government contact. >> let's hear from the department of director of international studies at the university
as well as u.s. bases in okinawa and guam. adding to the fears, today, the young leader of the north said, "the moment of explosion is coming." >> reporter: north korea's newsreaders promising a justified all-out war.
-firing. the u.s. sending an anti-ballistic missile system like this one to guam could try to shoot it down. missiles aren't north korea's only threat. it has the world's fourth largest army, one million active troops, thousands of tanks and artillery, most of it within 90 miles of the south korean border. in south korea where military exercises with the u.s. continue, there is no panic. the streets are as crowded as ever. south koreans have been watching the north for a long time and have some advice for americans now being threatened with nuclear war. be prepared, they say. but don't be overly concerned. north korea wants the attention. it wants to be feared. >> if that's what north korea wants us to be -- to be scared and then afraid, then we won't give in to that. >> reporter: the threat to the u.s. may be limited but washington isn't ignoring it, especially now that military hardware is on the move. kim jong un apparently feels if the united states fears him he'll be immune from foreign invasion and more secure at home. brian? >> richard engel live for us once again tonight from seoul,
defense system to the u-s base on guam. there is concern that north korea's nuclear- tipped missile. might be able to reach that distance. there are also thousands of u-s troops in south korea -- another concern. so far, u-s intelligence satellites have not picked up any unusual troop movements by the north. but there is concern about north korea's mobile ballistic missiles -- which can be launched without warning. >> pam: tonight, president obama is back at the white house. after a two-day visit to the bay area. this was the scene earlier today. as the president boarded air force one at s- f-o for his flight back to washington we don't have the fund- raising totals yet on today's two events in atherton. but the president did very well in two other events yesterday in san francisco. he raked in 3-point-2 million dollars for house democrats. one event was for the democratic congressional campaign committee, the other for house minority leader nancy pelosi. >> film critic roger ebert lost his long battle with cancer today. he was a pioneer in his field and beloved by many cinema fans. today.
.s. base in guam . there is concern that north korea's nuclear-tipped missile might be able to reach that distance. that is why they're mobilizing anti the dismissals there. there also thousand u.s. troops in south korea another concern. so far, u.s. intelligence satellites a topic of any unusual troop movements by the north. but there's concern about north korea's mobile ballistic missiles which can be launched without warning. >> will take a break at 4:12 . looking outside showing you the view looking at san francisco. cloudy overhead. mild out there. mid-50s when i left the house this morning. we will find out about the rest of the forecast in your commute in just a minute. >> we are back. take a look at this. there are pictures in from northern california showing what appears to be a tornado at a funnel cloud. this was taken end tehama county city of red bluff up interstate 5 just north of redding. very dark white cloud appears to be making contact with the ground. that a funnel cloud is also in tehama county. does not look like it is too close to the ground but it defined a form
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korea, japan, or u.s. bases in michigan. the u.s. is installing a new missile defense system on guam that will shut down incoming missiles or war heads. >>> 911 calls are describing the horror fans experienced when a race car lost control from a marysville racetrack. 14-year-old marcus johnson of santa rosa and 1 -- and 16-year- old dale were killed in that accident. johnson's cousin was driving the car when he lost control and crashed into the bit area. investigators are trying to figure out what caused him to crash. >>> we have sad news and update on a story we've been following since tuesday. quinn boyar died yesterday afternoon at oakland's high land hospital. he worked at santa clara county. he was shot tuesday amp if sped off -- tuesday, he sped off and drove the car where he was found. >>> pleasantville preschool that came under fire is facing more allegations this morning. according to a new complaint from california department of social services one student was pinched by a teacher. it's separate allegations where angela is accused of tying up a two-year-old girl with maskin
. the u.s. is installing a new missile defense system on guam that will shut down incoming missiles or war heads. >>> 911 calls are describing the horror fans experienced when a race car lost control from a marysville racetrack. 14-year-old marcus johnson of santa rosa and 1 -- and 16-year- old dale were killed in that accident. johnson's cousin was driving the car when he lost control and crashed into the bit area. investigators are trying to figure out what caused him to crash. >>> we have sad news and update on a story we've been following since tuesday. quinn boyar died yesterday afternoon at oakland's high land hospital. he worked at santa clara county. he was shot tuesday amp if sped off -- tuesday, he sped off and drove the car where he was found. >>> pleasantville preschool that came under fire is facing more allegations this morning. according to a new complaint from california department of social services one student was pinched by a teacher. it's separate allegations where angela is accused of tying up a two-year-old girl with masking
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